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One size does not fit all

Personalized Attention for All Your Needs

  • Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Therapy (AEDP) - AEDP explores difficult emotional and relational experiences to develop coping tools that allow better functioning.

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) -ACT helps clients develop mindfulness skills with the goal of consistent values and psychological flexibility.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or also known as CBT treats dysfunctional thinking that leads to maladaptive behaviors, mental illness, and negative emotion. It focuses on thoughts and behaviors. This type of therapy is often used to treat individuals with Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, and much more. 

  • Coherence Therapy (Depth-Oriented Brief Therapy)- Coherence therapy helps clients empathetically and quickly delve into deeply held emotional beliefs.

  • Collaborative Therapy- In collaborative therapy both the therapist and client use knowledge and experience to make progress.

  • Compassion-Focused Therapy- This approach encourages people to be compassionate toward themselves and others.

  • Conflict-Resolution Therapy- This approach teaches clients how to resolve conflicts with great results and minimal stress.

  • Client Centered Therapy - Client-centered humanistic therapy focuses as much on the client as possible. The therapist provides little authority or direction. Instead he or she offers subtle guidance on an individual’s life or mental health illness and encourages the client to take control of their future

  • CCT therapists demonstrate more overt care for their client than more analytical therapists. They put more time and effort into empathizing with clients.

  • Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)- Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) uses emotions as a source of healing and insight. It is especially effective for moderate depression, issues of childhood abuse and couples in the middle of a conflict.

  • Holistic Psychotherapy- Holistic psychotherapy integrates other therapeutic approaches and focuses on the relationship between mind, body and spirit.

  • Journey Therapy- In journey therapy, the therapist guides the client on a mental and emotional journey to uncover repressed memories that have created issues in the present.

  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy- This therapy combines the best of CBT with mindfulness strategies that help clients assess thoughts in the present.

  • Motivation Enhancement Therapy (MET)-  MET focuses on improving motivations to make positive changes and eliminate maladaptive patterns.

  • Narrative Therapy- Narrative therapy helps clients interpret their experiences as stories that give meaning to their lives and guide them. It encourages people to identify their skills, values, and knowledge so they can use them to live well.

  • Positive Psychotherapy- This approach helps clients view their illness or issues in a positive way. It focuses on the abilities of the client, inner balance, storytelling and hope

  • Psychoanalytic or Psychodynamic Therapy- The psychodynamic therapy approach explores unconscious feelings or thoughts and the impact of the past on the present. It is the oldest type of psychotherapy and closest to what Freud created.

  • Reality Therapy- Reality therapy focuses on present issues and encourages clients to change behavior that might be preventing them from addressing those issues. It operates under the principle that people experience distress when they are not meeting five basic needs: power, love/belonging, freedom, fun and survival.

  • Redecision Therapy- Redecision therapy helps clients examine messages from caretakers and adults in their childhood, as well as any negative decisions.

  • Relational Psychotherapy- Relational psychotherapy helps clients become cognitively and emotionally healthy by forming and maintaining fulfilling relationships. 

  • Schema Therapy- Schema therapy helps clients identify the cognitive and behavior patterns that are causing or maintaining their mental health issues. It is especially effective in treating borderline personality disorder.

  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)- SFBT focuses on goals for the present and future rather than addressing the past or symptoms.

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